Because I have a dog like this too...

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And he's sweet and pretty, but just not very smart.



This cracked me up.


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19 comments:

Heather said...

Every time I look at that post, I die laughing. I have two dogs, both Italian Greyhounds, and one of them not only acts like that, but she kind of looks like Allie's picture, too (dark and skinny). I die.

Tara McClendon said...

Love the pic. My dog is a window licker. He can keep us occupied for hours with his slober show.

the cautionary tale said...

we've had boxers since forever. one had a tongue so massive it didn't fit in her mouth. I love this pic!! Boxer love!!

Laurie Lamb said...

Slevin is beautiful! What a cute photo. Did he just get peanut butter?

Lynsey Newton said...

OMG that post was hysterical, I have tears running down my face! Thank you so much for sharing that with us :)

Karen Amanda Hooper said...

Love it. I have a big ol' American bulldog and he cracks me up at least 5 times a day. :)

TerryLynnJohnson said...

that totally cracked me up. thanks for the great dog post link!!

Simon Hay Soul Healer said...

Thank you. I haven't laughed with tears for so long. I'm still laughing. I love dogs.

Shelley Watters said...

I loooove boxers. They are so cute. And thanks for the laugh. I felt like I was watching myself try to train my dogs!

Kristin Miller said...

I luuuuurve this puppy!!!! *restrains self from full-on puppy/baby talk*

And Hyperbole and a Half is my go-to blog for learning the realities of life. XD

Shelli (srjohannes) said...

made me miss mine :(

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Marjorie said...

There was a horrible incident with a dog yesterday. I live in Chelsea (Manhattan) and I was walking to Bed Bath and Beyond. As I approached 6th Avenue, I saw this young girl (well, to me the 20s are young). She was shaking her dog's head with one hand and she had her other hand down his throat. Her own head was almost upside down over him she was so scared and involved in what she was doing. I ran over and I saw her pulling garbage in pieces out of his mouth, and she was screaming, "Open your mouth, spit it out."

All of a sudden, she pulled this raunchy long half eaten sort of sharp chicken bone out of his mouth. He had picked it up from the sidewalk with his tongue. She told me he had swallowed a piece and was choking so I said, "Let's go over to the the vet on 21st Street." She said he was OK.

OK. So if you have a dog with a long tongue, when you walk him please keep your eye ahead to see what might be in the path that could be a problem. She was pretty shaken up and just went home.

Victoria Dixon said...

Oh, this makes me laugh. We have two dogs and one is LOUD. We call him the snarfer because he sneezes, he wheezes, he yaks and snorts and grunts and groans and there's no other way to say the noise: he SNARFS. You can hear him coming blocks away. He's my third Aussie Shephard and the only one who has ever been noisy at all. Go figure.

hannah said...

I don't even have to click the link.

<3

Julie said...

Suzie,

Intelligence is subjective.

Lee Nichols said...

Oh, looks so much like our old boxer who died 10 years ago and I still think about practically every day.

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L.J. Boldyrev said...

Omg! That is too funny!